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Global Guar Gum Market is anticipated to grow considerably in the forecast period owing to the increasing use of guar gum in the oil and gas industry.
Archaeological works on the site have already completed and it is now being conserved as a Guar Kepah archaeological gallery.
'In Duqm area towards PDO site, the environment to grow guar is very conducive.
Guar gum fracturing fluid occupies a large proportion in water-based fracturing fluids, due to the wide source and environment friendly.
Guar gum, galactomannan, is a non-gelling neutral polysaccharide composed of a linear (1a 4) [beta]-D-mannan backbone with varying amounts of side chains.
Lal Hussain Akhtar, Guar Botanist, Agriculture Research Institute, Government of Punjab spoke on the occasion that Pakistan, being the 2nd largest producer of guar, meets 10% to 15% of world's supply.
He said that Trade Development Authority will encourage the progressive growers of guar to further enhance its quality to compete with other competitors.
Guar had sued the company claiming N30 million as general damages and N25 million as special damages to compensate for the loss of share certificates he deposited with the company for verification and dematerialization in 2008 but which the company claimed to have lost without informing him of the loss until 2014.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 13 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will launch the country's first agri-commodity options in guar seed on January 14 in the national capital.
In the gel system, there are mainly physical interactions between the surfactant and the salt, which are different from guar gum in the polymer fracturing system connected with each other in chemistry.
To hydraulically fracture this reservoir, cross-linked guar was used as the fracturing fluid.